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Brake Repair Las Vegas

Brake Repair Technician AAMCO Las Vegas
It's easy to take your car's brakes for granted, but they are the most important safety feature of any car, truck, or SUV. Relatively small brake pads are responsible for bringing thousands of pounds to a stop in all types of weather and road conditions, but they don't last forever.

Audible and Visual Signs of Brake Pad Wear:
Worn brake pads will emit a screeching noise when they are too low. Your rotors will begin suffering damage if the metal backing begins to contact them, at which point you'll hear a grinding noise. To spot rotor damage on disc brakes, you can simply inspect them through the wheel spokes when vehicle is turned off. Immediately schedule brake service if you observe signs of scoring, warping, or glazing; a service specialist may be able to resurface the rotors and help you avoid costly replacements if the damage is minor.

Performance Issues:
Damaged rotors can result in various performance issues and compromise the safety of your vehicle. Misaligned brakes or warped rotors can cause your vehicle to shudder when you apply the brakes. Damaged brakes can also cause your vehicle to jerk to one side while braking.

Brake problems generally aren't as costly to repair as transmission issues, but they can be equally debilitating for your car, truck or SUV. That's why it's important to have an annual inspection from an experienced auto repair specialist in order to maintain the safety and performance of your vehicle.

AAMCO Brake System Service includes:

  • A thorough visual inspection
  • Replacement of worn pads and shoes as needed
  • Replacement of other mechanical components based on inspection
  • Repacked wheel bearings
  • Lubrication as needed
  • Resurfacing for damaged rotors and drums (if the damage is not excessive)
  • Brake fluid flush
  • Parking brake adjustment
  • A comprehensive road test upon completion
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